Reviews and Problems with Cartier Delices de Cartier
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Created for men, but also enjoyed by women
13 September 2014
Summary: Created for men, but also enjoyed by women, Cartier's Declaration was created for those who are in love, have an appreciation of openness, and feel passion. The tangy top notes of bergamot and bitter orange are soothed with earthy notes of rosewood, coriander, oakmoss, and patchouli Excellent Essence
Excerpt: Purchased this for my wife as one of several anniversary gifts. Figured it would possibly be better than a playstation, (but with these' women you just never know) Anyways apparently she digs it. And she's not one for anything cheap.<br />so win win.
Pros: Clean & Fresh, Draws Compliments, Great Smell, Great Value, Long-Lasting, Not Overpowering, Sensual, Sexy
Summary: "La Panthère" by Mathilde Laurent for Cartier is by no means a remake of the discontinued "Panthère" from 1987, which was a dense powerhouse-fragrance. If you expect a "parfum de femme fatale", don't be disappointed, the new Cartier is civilised and starts with fruity top-notes of apple and rhubarb, quite transparent and not heavy. Then the star of the composition is brought into play, Laurent says it's gardenia, but it's not the usual kind of gardenia many of us know.